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It is possible that your workouts are causing you to become over stimulated and resulting in an increased metabolism and nightmares. Sometimes...
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Phentermine is a central nervous system appetite suppressant. It has properties similar to an amphetamine. This medication is generally prescribed...
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Your doctors are not correct. The government has absolutely no role in selecting which practices participate in the health plans being sold through...
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Sleeping only 20 hours per week is a danger in itself.The inability to sleep at least 7-8 hours per night, along with experiencing frequent...
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Sounds like you are experiencing sleep apnea.  If you are waiting up not being able to breath, it is most likely that.
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Probably...they do dream and they do have very active, little brains.
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Sleeping in a slightly elevated position will help some.  You can also ask your doctor to give you a simple device that allows you to excercise...
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You need to consult your health care provider about this. This is not a problem we can fix via an internet forum.If Adderall is no longer working...
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I'm sorry to hear you're going through this, and I'd advise you to contact the prescribing health care professional as soon as possible...
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Melatonin may not be safe for kids, so I wouldn't recommend giving it to him. It has been used in some kids in specific studies. However...
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I used to take Vocodin for pain about 5 months and I never had nightmares but I can tell you be careful coz it's addictive. So make sure to tell...
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Everything I've read about this is more 'folklore-ish' - and not backed up by medical science. I can't find anything that would back...
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... Night terrors and nightmares are very different. Night terrors usually occur in the first third of the night. The typical scenario is a child...
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"The first thing you can do is to look for any physical problems that may be disturbing their sleep," offers Rafael Pelayo, MD, an...
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Most of us have experienced them: weird, vivid dreams that leave us thinking about them the next day. But “weird” can mean several things in this...
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